Today was the third day in a row that he'd sat in the same spot, watching her every move. He'd recruited Ty to sit with him again as he watched her.
“Man, how many more days are we gonna sit here staring at this bitch?” Ty asked, letting out a sigh and trying to rid himself of the frustration he felt.
“Quiet!” Justin barked back at him. There was a reason he was their leader and a reason everyone listened to him.
“Why don't you just take her already?” Ty rolled his eyes.
“It's not time yet,” Justin's jaw clenched and unclenched as he watched her, getting annoyed with Ty for asking these questions, “Don't you see how protective they are of her? If we're gonna take her, we need a plan.”
“Then what happens when we get her? You know they'll try to get her back,” Ty frowned. He didn't understand what the big deal was with this girl anyway and it seemed like unnecessary drama to him, but he wasn't the leader and he didn't make the decisions.
“If we can get past them to take her, it'll open up a lot of doors for us, Ty. We'll be on top again and they'll know that we hold the upper hand. They wouldn't dare break in and try to steal her back.”
“She doesn't look that special to me,” Ty studied her long blond hair, watching her throw her head back and laugh at something as she brushed her hair out of her face, “I don't understand why she's so protected. Really, I mean, what's so special about her?”
“I guess we'll find out,” Justin started the car as he watched her walk inside and put the car in drive, immediately pulling away from the curb and heading back to the house.